Shot in abdomen by Naxals, abandoned by IAF crew, he waited for help for hours
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"We will give all benefits...everything we can, but nothing cannot replace health. It's unfortunate for the boy," said DGP Ramniwas.
Sahu's family and the Chhattisgarh police have blamed the IAF crew who deserted him. The IAF has absolved its men and blamed the state police for lack of coordination.
"It's not about the incident. Mentioning that now is a bid to divert from the main issue —- why was this man left behind," said Ramniwas. The state administration is considering registering a formal complaint with the Centre about the IAF's approach.
"Talk to Sahu about that night and he still gets the shivers. He is still in shock," said the attending nurse.